Eucharist is the center of our Christian life, for it forms us into who and whose we are called to be. Pope Francis on Eucharist is a collection of writings, homilies, and talks from Pope Francis, sharing a Eucharistic vision for the church where all are fed and sustained by the Body of Christ. These words from Pope Francis encourage and challenge all of us—nourished by the Eucharist—to be Christ for others.
John T. Kyler serves as general editor for parish resources at Liturgical Press in Collegeville, Minnesota. In addition to experience working in parish faith formation and high school and collegiate campus ministry, John is an active liturgical musician, composer, author, and speaker, focusing on the intersection of liturgy, justice, and healthy vulnerability in pastoral ministry. An instructor in the Emmaus Institute for Ministry Formation and a regular contributor to U.S. Catholic and GIA Quarterly, John holds a master of education from the University of Notre Dame and a master of theological studies from Saint John's University. John is the author of Holy Week at Home: Adaptations of the Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Vigil, and Easter Sunday Rituals for Family and Household Prayer (Liturgical Press, 2021).